back to article Running Cisco DNA Center? Update right now to get rid of the static admin credential

Cisco has issued updates to address a trio of critical vulnerabilities in its Digital Network Architecture (DNA) Center appliance. The networking giant says DNA Center, a network management and administration box Cisco sells directly to customers, has three flaws that would each potentially allow an attacker to take over the …

  1. sanmigueelbeer Silver badge

    A vulnerability in Cisco Digital Network Architecture (DNA) Center could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to log in to an affected system by using an administrative account that has default, static user credentials.

    Double facepalm.

  2. jake Silver badge

    1978 on line 1

    They are asking for their vulnerability back.

    1. whitepines Bronze badge
      Big Brother

      Re: 1978 on line 1

      NSA on line 2, asking that you change their password in future updates.

    2. sanmigueelbeer Silver badge

      Re: 1978 on line 1

      FSB on line 3. They say the new undocumented root password is "unhackable" and no one can guess it. By the way, do you spell "password" with a single "s" or two?

      1. John Miles

        Re: By the way, do you spell "password" with a single "s" or two?

        we need security so it is two 5 the hackers won't guess that

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